• Pratunam Market

    The Pratunam Market is located near the Amari Watergate and Indra Regent hotels, and is easily accessible from Ratchaprarop Road. Inside is a maze of small lanes filled with shops offering great bargains on clothes and textiles. The market is very compact, and you may get a bit disoriented. but don't worry...you'll come across everything from discount T-shirts and bootleg brands to beach clothes and formal evening wear while you shop your way back out to the street.

  • Central World

    The largest lifestyle shopping complexes in Southeast Asia caters for all tastes with an unrivalled mix of shopping, dining and lifestyle experiences. Along with over 500 Thai and international stores, 50 restaurants, two department stores and two state of the art entertainment complexes.

  • Platinum Mall

    The Platinum Fashion Mall location is smack in the centre of Pratunam, it specializes in wholesale fashion clothing and accessories, with four floors of shopping space, packed with some 1,300 shops. Here, haggling is part of the fun, and you’ll save more buying in larger quantities. It’s air conditioned and comes complete with a large food court as well as cafés and fast food chains. A simple rule to saving your baht is buy three pieces or more at the same shop. The price you pay will be about 10-30% lower per

  • Siam Paragon

    The Pride of Bangkok, the biggest upscale shopping complex in Thailand and South East Asia. It includes a variety of high-end stores, restaurants and entertainment complex, offering so many fantastic leisure activities. This mall provides mainly luxury items for well-heeled Thais and international visitors with cash to splurge. If you are looking for something extra-special then Siam Paragon is definitely the place to find it.

  • MBK

    MBK also known as Mahboonkrong The multi-storey MBK is probably Bangkok's most legendary shopping mall, popular with both tourists and locals. Eight floors packed with 2,000 shops that sell everything from clothing, fashion accessories, handbags, leather products and luggage to furniture, mobile phones, electric appliances, cameras, stationery and DVDs.

  • Siam Square

    Siam Square is an open-air shopping complex that radiates a feeling of creativity. Tribes of bright and bold-slogan T-shirts meet with tailored suits, sporting eccentric accents. Siam Square is in essence where trends both emerge and are created, an epicenter of inspiration in Bangkok. The area connects to other shopping centers and links to the other shopping districts by sky bridge, such as Siam Center/Siam Discovery Center, MBK Center, Siam Paragon, Ratchaprasong shopping district.